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Will The Introduction of Tennis Shot Clock Change Anything

OK. This is not about bashing a specific player. But some players do take a lot of time between serves. Do you think a shot clock, violation losing first serve, is a good idea?

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Re: Will The Introduction of Tennis Shot Clock Change Anything

Shot clock should be mandatory for both the ATP and WTA.
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Re: Will The Introduction of Tennis Shot Clock Change Anything

well there are certain players who take longer than 25 seconds

thats for sure

however, not many players complain so theres no real fuss

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Re: Will The Introduction of Tennis Shot Clock Change Anything

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well there are certain players who take longer than 25 seconds

thats for sure

however, not many players complain so theres no real fuss
Just annoying to see someone bounce the ball 40 times or someone waiting 30 seconds just to get up from their chair and stuff

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Re: Will The Introduction of Tennis Shot Clock Change Anything

No because 90% of the ATP is whiny bitches more interested in gamesmanship than playing tennis.
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